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Recommendations for Increasing Replicability in Psychology

Jens B. Asendorpf, Mark Conner, Filip De Fruyt, Jan De Houwer, Jaap J. A. Denissen, Klaus Fiedler, Susann Fiedler, David C. Funder, Reinhold Kliegl, Brian A. Nosek, Marco Perugini, Brent W. Roberts (+4 others)
2013 European Journal of Personality  
The current confirmation rate of 92% seems to be far above rates that should be expected, given typical effect sizes and statistical power of psychological studies (see later section on sample sizes).  ...  The aim of this article is to move the current replicability debate in psychology toward concrete recommendations for improvement.  ...  We do not mean to imply that reviewers and editors should consistently prefer papers with result inconsistencies. When effects are strong and uniform, results tend to be consistent.  ... 
doi:10.1002/per.1919 fatcat:rrmrjdepuvcijbsdsp5famxmri

Understanding and Mitigating Multi-Sided Exposure Bias in Recommender Systems [article]

Masoud Mansoury
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Also, as another solution, I propose a general graph-based solution that works as a post-processing approach after recommendation generation for mitigating the multi-sided exposure bias in the recommendation  ...  The experiments on different publicly-available datasets and comparison with various baselines confirm the superiority of the proposed solutions in improving the exposure fairness for items and suppliers  ...  I have learnt enormously about the field of recommender systems during our weekly group meetings.  ... 
arXiv:2111.05564v1 fatcat:x6sjjidhzrfzbmibqts6ri7ufy

The Relationship between Intelligence and Divergent Thinking—A Meta-Analytic Update

Anne Gerwig, Kirill Miroshnik, Boris Forthmann, Mathias Benedek, Maciej Karwowski, Heinz Holling
2021 Journal of Intelligence  
This paper provides a meta-analytic update on the relationship between intelligence and divergent thinking (DT), as research on this topic has increased, and methods have diversified since Kim's meta-analysis  ...  This meta-analysis provides a comprehensive picture of current research and possible research gaps. Theoretical implications, as well as recommendations for future research, are discussed.  ...  Next, an Egger-type test was computed (i.e., the standard errors of the correlation coefficients were used as a moderator in the three-level model) and confirmed the publication bias (z = −2.37, p = .018  ... 
doi:10.3390/jintelligence9020023 pmid:33923940 fatcat:deeq4pvqofhqddmqe64qa7krve

Applying Multilogical and Metamemetic Approaches to Understand How We Think and Feel in Space

Monique Cardinal
2021 Intelligent Information Management  
Lastly, this approach is explored and applied with examples of approaches to problems people hypothetically have.  ...  /or individual training to understand critically and apply such an understanding in such relationships (through states of mind).  ...  Acknowledgements I wanted to express appreciation for help from anonymous reviewers and editors, and Diego Fontanive for contributing in revising and critique.  ... 
doi:10.4236/iim.2021.134013 fatcat:uuizq7rpmzecdexuh5jxrxw6ay

Workshop on recommendation utility evaluation

Xavier Amatriain, Pablo Castells, Arjen de Vries, Christian Posse
2012 Proceedings of the sixth ACM conference on Recommender systems - RecSys '12  
The authors are grateful to the Swiss National Science Foundation for its financial support under the IM2 NCCR on Interactive Multimodal Information Management (see  ...  Without normalization, such user and item effects could bias system's predictions. Hence, recommender systems often involve a preprocessing step to remove these "global effects".  ...  [13] describes 10 aggregation methods and empirically concludes that social-based think is the best basis for generating an artificial preference profile.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2365952.2366042 dblp:conf/recsys/AmatriainCVP12 fatcat:2y4y6brrizbrhlcro43mfxwwx4

Evaluating collaborative filtering recommender systems

Jonathan L. Herlocker, Joseph A. Konstan, Loren G. Terveen, John T. Riedl
2004 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Each algorithmic approach has adherents who claim it to be superior for some purpose.  ...  for generating recommendations.  ...  We'd also like to thank our many colleagues in the recommender systems community with whom we've had fruitful discussions over the years.  ... 
doi:10.1145/963770.963772 fatcat:zr4ridbllzgarj2ifehe7ehgwe

Microfoundations of Organizational Paradox: The Problem Is How We Think about the Problem

Ella Miron-Spektor, Amy Ingram, Joshua Keller, Wendy K. Smith, Marianne W. Lewis
2018 Academy of Management Journal  
Accumulating research examines organizational and leadership approaches to leveraging these tensions. But what about individuals within firms?  ...  In response, we contribute to the microfoundations of organizational paradox with a theoretical model and robust measures that help unpack individuals' varied approaches to tensions.  ...  and reduce the possibility of common method bias (Podsakoff, MacKenzie, & Podsakoff, 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2016.0594 fatcat:w56i2l7b3ndubenuvbn2txutjm

Norms, goals, and the study of thinking

Raymond S. Nickerson
2011 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
, equating norm and competence leads to an is-ought inference.  ...  We analyze in detail two research programmes with normativist features -Oaksford and Chater's rational analysis and Stanovich and West's individual differences approach -demonstrating how, in each case  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank David Over for a critical reading of an earlier draft of this response paper.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x11000628 fatcat:b3igactqenaefcg2x3svj54fii

Spatial Attention in a Classroom is Influenced by Egocentric Thinking

Anika Shah, Lindsey Spiegelman, Ann Renken
2013 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
This research was supported by a joint Psi Chi and Association for Psychological Science summer undergraduate research grant to Leah A. Fredman and was her undergraduate honors research project.  ...  Suzanne Yates and the anonymous reviewers for their input and improvements. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Leah A. Fredman, Email: leah.fredman  ...  The effect is especially promi nent when people are in a sad mood, as those in a sad mood show a preference for sad music, and those in a happy mood do not show a preference for happy, sad, or neutral  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-8204.jn18.4.157 fatcat:ryaucgwap5e73eojjosuavusam

Replication in Second Language Research: Narrative and Systematic Reviews and Recommendations for the Field

Emma Marsden, Kara Morgan-Short, Sophie Thompson, David Abugaber
2018 Language Learning  
., 2017) and the European Second Language Association (Reading, UK, 2017). We thank our co-presenters and the audiences at those colloquia for insightful discussion and feedback.  ...  An earlier version of a small subsection of this synthesis, partially funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (RES-062-23-2946), was presented at The IRIS Conference, University of York,  ...  ., a reduced likelihood of divergence at the many decision points in any study.  ... 
doi:10.1111/lang.12286 fatcat:46o42cusxvcuxixokkxz4yn5ba

Toward contextual instead of either/or thinking

Mario Wiesendanger
1978 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
It is possible that there exist separate cortical projection areas for kinaesthetic signals from muscles and from joints.  ...  By successive elimination of information from other sources it was possible to verify that receptors in muscles and tendons do signal movement magnitude and muscular tension to the cerebral cortex, and  ...  strategy used by an individual depends on the particular task and particular instructions he is given The first part of the paper, dealing with the effect of local anaesthetic block on finger joints, confirms  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00060386 fatcat:xjcs7oqojnht3nwjqulytfdzp4

Asset Bubbles: Re-thinking Policy for the Age of Asset Management

Bradley Jones
2015 IMF Working Papers  
for institutional herding and 'rational bubble-riding.'  ...  Candidate explanations for bubble persistence-such as limits to learning, frictional limits to arbitrage, and behavioral errors-seem unsatisfactory as they are inconsistent with the aforementioned trends  ...  The second form of biased beliefs relate to selfdeception, which includes our tendency towards mistaken overconfidence and the confirmation bias (seeking information that supports our prior).  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781475576207.001 fatcat:csc3dslbvbcvtmv7nmdysokmlq

Understanding reasoning: Let's describe what we really think about

Robert J. Sternberg
2011 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
, equating norm and competence leads to an is-ought inference.  ...  We analyze in detail two research programmes with normativist features -Oaksford and Chater's rational analysis and Stanovich and West's individual differences approach -demonstrating how, in each case  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank David Over for a critical reading of an earlier draft of this response paper.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x11000148 fatcat:gbmhnrkusrhrrbabhvmpfbd7ry

Modeling Myths: On the Need for Dynamic Realism in DICE and other Equilibrium Models of Global Climate Mitigation

Michael Grubb, Claudia Wieners
2020 Institute for New Economic Thinking Working Paper Series  
decades, which generates an approximately linear abatement path and emissions declining steadily to zero.  ...  With the resulting DICE-PACE model, we show that in a system with high pliability, the optimal strategy involves much higher initial investment in abatement, sustained at roughly constant levels for some  ...  Acknowledgements The paper is an expanded version of a paper submitted to Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews, and currently in review with that journal.  ... 
doi:10.36687/inetwp112 fatcat:hjz2vgfvwnf4ra57qrss6jeoaq

Recommendations for Preventing the Spread of Vancomycin Resistance

Hospital Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee
1995 Emerging Infectious Diseases  
Her research interest is the effects of head and neck position on the welfare of the equine athlete.  ...  His research interests include evolution of influenza viruses and the effects that molecular changes have on virus fitness and the propensity to persist and spread.  ...  Our results suggest that antibiotic cycling is not an appropriate strategy to reduce the incidence of HA-MRSA or HA-CDI but might be effective in reducing ESBL resistance.  ... 
doi:10.3201/eid0102.950210 fatcat:bndbkyzbzfhzbjmcvam3lqwwmi
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